Till now, only a few ways of treating kidney stones were available, but this method is beneficial for serious cases of multiple stones," Sandeep Mahajan, additional professor, department of nephrology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), told IANS.
sounds a note of caution on the dietary habits and changing lifestyle pattern that puts people at greater risk of kidney stones.
"These stones are calcium deposits, so they are largely dependent on what kind of food is there in a person's diet.
Less fluids, red meat, high salt intake, nuts, chocolates are just some of the factors for forming kidney stones," he
People with a hereditary history of stones too are at a greater risk of the disease, he
"Pain in the lower abdomen, fever or signs of blood in the urine, deep-orange tinge in the urine, or pain while urination should be reported to a doctor," Mahajan